Nokia was working on developing Android phones’




Nokia is engaged in the development of Android phones. That claim newspaper The New York Times and tech site The Verge. Nokia had the phones probably want to cast the end of 2014 but still continues now Microsoft or Nokia takes over, is unknown.

Nokia would have been running Android on a Lumia phone. Lumia’s run by default on Windows Phone. Also, Nokia plans like Amazon make a fork of Android under the project name “Linux on Asha ‘, a reference to the line of cheap phones from Nokia. That says The Verge. According to The New York Times the switch to Android Nokia’s ‘Plan B’ was like the Lumia line would not hit. Former director Stephen Elop consistently denied that there is a Plan B existed.

It is unlikely that Microsoft following the acquisition of Nokia’s plans with Android continues: Microsoft is trying to compete with Android correct. Microsoft would have known the plan of Nokia with Android, but according to The Verge played no role in the decision to buy the phone. Division of the Finnish manufacturer

Microsoft is also engaged in testing its own Surface Phone. Which would aim to fill that would fall if Nokia decided to stop Windows Phone the gap. The Finnish smartphone maker currently sells more than four in five Windows Phones, while other manufacturers barely devices release and sell tiny numbers.

The deal between Microsoft and Nokia would run for three years and expire end of 2014, after Nokia had wanted to use Android for its phones.

It is not the first time that Nokia is experimenting with Google’s mobile operating system. Before Nokia chose Windows Phone, Android was already running on its own hardware. Nokia chose early 2011 for Windows Phone, a choice that Microsoft rewarded by each quarter to the Finnish manufacturer about it. A quarter billion dollars


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